Few things bewilder more than the apparent contradiction in responses toward high profile Christian leaders. It seems the trigger for public outcry turns on what is said, not what is done. I am reminded of the parable of the two sons. One told his father he would go work … Continue readingRead More
By the time of the 1988 elections, everyone in American evangelicalism was wholly opposed to legal abortion and everyone in American evangelicalism was pretending that this had always been the case.
Figuring you … Continue readingRead More
Growing up as a child of the Cold War people often threw around incendiary labels. Rousing the rank and file among those I knew could be easily done with references to the (former) USSR, China or Castro’s Cuba. Communist. Socialist. Any hint at an affiliation, even tangentially, with writings, … Continue readingRead More